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Fri September 6, 2013
KUAR Adds All Songs Considered. What's Your Opinion?
Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 10, KUAR will add NPR's All Songs Considered to its Tuesday evening schedule.
All Songs Considered is hosted by Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton. Along with occasional guests, they curate the best of what's new in popular music for the public radio audience.
Adding All Songs Considered to the KUAR lineup will bring our listeners updates on music not covered by our current programing. It will air Tuesday evenings at 7:30 after Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow and before Swingin' Down the Lane.
All Songs Considered replaces New Letters on the Air, but New Letters isn't leaving the KUAR airwaves. Beginning September 8, it will move to Sunday mornings at 6 am before Arkansas Week. If that's a little too early for you, New Letters on the Air will continue to air on KUAR's sister station KLRE Sunday afternoons at 12:30.
This programing shift is partially in response to NPR's Latino USA – which KUAR has aired Sunday mornings at 6 am – shifting format from a half-hour program to a full hour. We are currently exploring programing changes that could enable us to bring Latino USA back to the KUAR airwaves.
If you haven't heard All Songs Considered, check out the latest shows on the program page at UALRPublicRadio.org.
Please take a moment to fill out our programing change response form below. It will help us when we make programing decisions in the future. You can also leave a comment or email us directly.